We believe the communities where we operate are special. Explore the wonderful highlights of some of these communities below.
This quiet town is situated in a beautiful, timbered valley which includes two major rivers and a multitude of lakes. The St. Joe River, more famously know as the “shadowy St. Joe” is one of the region’s finest for the fishing, swimming, camping and hiking it offers. Campgrounds along the river or in the basin are numerous.
St. Maries (which is located about 2.5 hours from the Canadian border) is the county seat of Benewah County and has a population of about 2,800. It is the retail center for eastern Benewah County and enjoys a trade-area population of about 8500.
Coeur d’Alene, ID is an hour drive by car or boat from St. Maries. It’s known for its water sports, golf, beaches and picnic areas. It also boasts high-style lodging, excellent restaurants and boutique shopping.
The local economy is driven by the timber industry complemented by some mining operations and a solid base of farming. The remarkable beauty of the area combined with the exceptional quality of life has spawned a considerable retirement community in the area.
Magnolia, Arkansas is a quaint town nestled in Columbia County in southwestern Arkansas. The city was founded in 1853, and has grown due to the large number of agricultural, manufacturing and oil opportunities in the region.
One of the highlights of Magnolia is the beautiful, historic downtown square filled with beautiful painted murals and boasting a variety of shopping and restaurants for locals to enjoy. Magnolia has a variety of entertainment options with something that will appeal to anyone. There is the annual Blossom Festival as well as World Championship Steak Cookoff that attracts more than 40,000 people a year. Magnolia is also home to Southern Arkansas University, a public, four-year institution that offers many programs unique to the region. With four public parks and access to Lake Columbia, there are ample opportunities to enjoy outdoor recreation from fishing and hunting to watersports and camping.